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utility problem, blocks the right learn and shoulder at richie highway, 4th avenue. on the top side, no issues between the 83s. traffic looks good on the west side. the roads are dry, jamie and megan, back to you. >>> a cop is being hailed a hero this morning after saving a 4-year-old girl. he performed cpr on the child after she stopped breathing. we spoke exclusively with the girl's father. >> the dad new his daughter wasn't feeling well. brook is alan beam's only child. daddy's little girl. the 4-year-old stopped breathing early tuesday morning. she had pneumonia and croup. the dad called 911. the corporal was minutes from the home and jumped into action and performed cpr on the girl. windsor said it was tough to put his emotions aside. >> chest compressions, and uh, as soon as i started that, a police officer came. >> try to react appropriately and do what you'd hope anyone would do for their own child in the situation. >> the corporal says everyone should take time to learn cpr. brook is recovering at a hospital in baltimore and could be released as early as today. >>> it is 5:
saving a 9-year-old boy. the boy named richie is allergic to bees and was playing in his backyard in ohio when he was stung by a swarm. his puppy, pinky, then sprung into action distracting the bees helping richie get away. >> that just got onto pinky and a whole bunch of bees followed her, followed the other bees and got onto pinky. >> richie turns out was just fine despite the bee stings. pinky, however, stung over 40 times had to be taken to a vet. we're told she is doing fine now. richie has a rare medical condition, so doctors say pinky actually kept a bad situation from getting worse. >> thank goodness. >>> a woman giving birth in a car on the way to the hospital is an incredible story, right? but to do it twice almost unbelievable. it happened to christina schuler and her husband. they thought they'd make it this time, but their baby was on his own schedule and was born in the family suv on the way. fortunately the ohio couple has experience with this type of birth. >> the one girl looked up and said oh, my goodness, i was here last time this happened. i recognize you. >> reporter:
de richie de 33 años, su cuerpo no estaba ahí. >> tenorio tambiñn dijo que en ese momento la policía comenzó a buscar como sospechoso a william ubando novio de la mujer. >> este hombre que no quiso ser identificado, vio como del vehículo salía sangre que luego formó un charco de sangre. >> yo paso en la mañana y siempre hay un policía aquí, me sorprendió mucho, nunca había visto algo así >> horas más tardes del condado de napa reportaron este cuerpo. >> el cuerpo estaba bajo la silla del copiloto de la silla de ubando, la habría matado con un bate de beisbol porque esta terminó con ñl. >> habría llevado el cuerpo donde un amigo, a quiñn confesó el crimen. >> la policía trata de recoletar información de personas que conocían a esta pareja. >> autoridades de la bahía, buscan a unos jovenes que atropellaron a una joven, y conducían ebrios. el occiso era pasajero. >> mitchel pennig quien sufrió heridas menores en el accidente, el hecho provocó que se incendiara en llamas el vehículo >> y no fue el único accidente, un hombre atropelló a un ciclista y se dio a la
water meter, so why do i not come back to you? we can hear from mr. richie now. >> props. mike, if you can bring the screen back? i am here to talk about the water meter program that we are engaged in right now, and this is a water meter. we have been looking at this as exactly the same technology that has always been there. looking at what transmits it to the puc, we will talk about that, but what we're basically talking about is going from a manual system to an electronic system, where the signal is transmitted through a series of steps to the puc, with
songs that i listen to about recovery, success stories in recovery. aerosmith's amazing; richie supa who wrote amazing also wrote in the rooms who won the prism award in 2009, which is fantastic. there are so many musicians in recovery today. well, nikki sixx; nikki sixx did a whole album, right, mark? absolutely. right. and richie supa is putting out an album now with dozens of recovering musicians from different groups we've all heard of since the 70s and they're producing it now and they're all written about recovery and all the success stories that go with it. so essentially, we've got the internet. and in the internet, we didn't even begin to touch on the whole issue of pharmacies, online pharmacies, and how they contribute. right, mark? the internet is incredibly valuable in terms of the information that provides access to unlimited resources and with free trade, commerce and opinion and speech, there are people who will take advantage of opportunities and perpetuate some of the less fortunate sides of our society and our approach again is to reward when people do things in an accu
. a lot of spray, reduced visibility on richie highway. 1.31 inches. just a few miles away, if you get underneath one of these heavy rain bands, look what it does. edgemere, southeast baltimore county. we have ourselves over two inches of rainfall. 2.48. this was 2.33 just when i loaded the site up, about three minutes ago. picking up rainfall at a heavy rate once it pushes through. shifted over towards perhaps harford county, we'll pick off half inch to an inch in an hour's timeframe. we have ourselves a wave of low pressure. the pump up of tropical moisture. you heard the report earlier, wilmington, north carolina, 18 inches of rainfall, south carolina, extending down through the bahamas right now. all this rainfall continues to push its way, with a few waves of low pressure wrapping around this jetstream. core of cold air will wrap around the storm. until then, we have to deal with the storm through central maryland. what it means for us, periods of heavy rain, on average, two to five inches. some spots underneath heavy rain bands. one area of low pressure pushing south from midday.
blocks the right lane and shoulder on the southbound side of richie highway. at 4th avenue. traffic is able to get by smoothly to the left. linda sow has the latest details on one of today's top stories. >>> a girl stops breathing and a cop comes to her rescue. the girl's father speaks to us exclusively about how his daughter was saved. >> reporter: baltimore city health officials fight against bedbugs today. i'm sherrie johnson, coming up, i'll show you how you can get some answers. >>> 5:47 right now. we hear stories of police officers doing amazing acts of bravery every single day. the cop you're about to meet says he was just doing his job. however, the family of the 4-year-old girl he saved says he's a life-saver. abc2 news linda sow joins us in the studio with details. >> reporter: the family says if it weren't for the cop, their daughter wouldn't be here today. 4-year-old brooke bayne stopped breathing. turns out brooke had pneumonia and croup. brooke's dad called 911 and it happened that corporal luke ringler was a minute away from the home. as the father of two young kids h
itself to survive. richie cabbol has been nursing the tree back to health from the very beginning. >> when we saw the tree come up, it looked like a wounded soldier. >> reporter: it became known as the survivor tree, serves as an inspiration for all those who escaped ground zero. >> people want to be part of it, people want to hug this three because they're the survivors. >> reporter: soon it will return home at what will be the national september 11th memorial and museum. there will be 416 of them in all, all of them, white oaks like this one right here, except for one, the survivor tree. >> you look at that, oh, yeah that burned bark, that's from 9/11. everything is regrowth. >> reporter: the tree now stands 35 feet high and is thriving after having made it through new york and america's darkest day.
lane on the southbound side of richie highway at 4th avenue. traffic is able to get by without issues to the left. as we check our drive times, no delays on the 95 corridor. up to 395. 29 looks good through howard county. i-70 and route 32. on the southwest side of the beltway, traffic flows freely from i-70 to 95. as we check our cameras around the area, anne arundel county, northbound looks good towards 695, baltimore beltway. megan, back to you. >> thanks, kim. >>> a minute after 6:00 right now, an anne arundel county police officer says he was just doing his job, but a father in pasadena says he did so much more. we have more on a cop who saved a 4-year-old girl. >> the girl's dad thought he lost her when she started struggling for air and stopped breathing. brooke had pneumonia and croup, a common respiratory illness in kids. when brooke stopped breathing, her dad called 911. corporal luke ringler was a minute away from the pasadena home. the corporal performed cpr on the girl. as the father of two young kids himself, it was tough to put his emotions aside. >> chest compressions,
times. >> lionel richie over here. >> i was just going to say. nobody wants to hear that on a monday morning at 6:00 a.m. >> how about a hand for my partner, megan pringle, makes the big time last night? >> forget it, how about the girls from girls hope? all the volunteers. if you helped out you should be so proud of yourself. that was, "extreme makeover: home edition" guz great things but it's so nice when it highlights your city. >> we gave the nation two hours of hope last night. >> great. >>> here is justin berk with your weather forecast. >> reporter: good morning. going to give you hope to catch up on the drought. building conditions across the area. we've had a two and a half-inch deficit of rainfall we could make up in one day. we already had heavy rain across parts of the area this morning, more on the way. even if the rain stops it looks like it's going to actualliy build back in this afternoon and lead to problems with the possibility of road spray and slick conditions. it's rain from cockeysville through towson, however, we pull back, show the south side of baltimore, th
of those for our water meter, so why do i not come back to you? we can hear from mr. richie now. >> props. mike, if you can bring the screen back? i am here to talk about the water meter program that we are engaged in right now, and this is a water meter. we have been looking at this as exactly the same technology that has always been there. looking at what transmits it to the puc, we will talk about that, but what we're basically talking about is going from a manual system to an electronic system, where the signal is transmitted through a series of steps to the puc, with the data in cryptic, so it is not from this address or this person, so that information is not transmitted with that. we have about 180,000 water meters in san francisco. two-thirds of those are more than 20 years old. one thing we know is that as these get old overtime, they start to run inefficiently, so we are virtually replacing every meter in san francisco with a brand new meter. we are collecting the data on an hourly basis. this will detect things far more rapidly because we will see spikes in usage. we will be wo
with a look at what happened. richie. >> the investigators are still near the scene if you take a look over my shoulder you will see investigators are still at the curved area of nevada boulevard that is where the actual accident happened. you can see chp officers are still out here on the scene like this said the road is closed and traffic is backed up for several miles. the semi truck that was hit in the accident is located over here you can see it right here in this side of the road there. kron 4 jeff bush gives
arrest tonight charged with the murder of his girlfriend. the body of 33-year-old richy -- was found slumped in the front seat of a car. people say the apparent murder weapon was also inside the car. >> it appears to have been a blunt instrument. in the vehicle, we did find a metal bat, like a baseball bat, inside the vehicle where she was found with blood on it. >> reporter: investigators believe the murder happened in the early afternoon in vallejo at the parking lot of the tennis courts. when vallejo detectives arrived, they found a pool of blood and the vehicle. at first they weren't sure if the victim was alive or dead. a few hours later, police 11 miles away reported the suspect showed up at a coworkers apartment, his girlfriend dead in the passenger seat. that coworker immediately called police and detectives say he surrendered and confessed to killing his exgirlfriend. >> so he is also married and it is his ex-wife who initially called police. apparently the suspect was driving away from the murder seen, called his wife, his estranged wife and said i have just murdered my bou
on the ramp to richie highway. as far as delays on 50, we're in the really seeing any. there is some debris, though, on 70 westbound. that's just past marriottsville road. it will set you back an average pede of 51 miles an hour. an earlier accident. 95 northbound is slow from 195 to the beltway on the southwest side. there is a live look at that delay on 295. slow and go there. southbound lanes again slow down to 198. and there is a look at the west side of the beltway, on the inner loop there. between 95 and liberty road. it will take you about 16 minutes with an average speed of 31 miles per hour. there's a look at 50. if you were headed to or from the shore, you shouldn't run into any delays right now. traffic is brought to you by bill's. call 1-877-75-bills. back over to you. >> thank you, sharon. >>> still ahead on wjz's eyewitness news at 4:00. acid attack. a young portland woman is in pain today. hear what happened and why her attacker it still at large tonight. >>> stunt gone wrong. a driver hospitalized after a freak accident on a movie set. >>> grow being trend. how some parents
richie is coming up in this half hour. former reality tv star. really busy right now. planning a wedding. raising two kids. has written a new novel. >> that's a novel with a lot of twists and turns. it is called "priceless." we look forward to talking to nicole. >>> our last half hour, we're going to eat. you know when you go to your faifrtd restaurant like olive garden or outback, you think how do they put that together? we'll join you with secret recipes. todd wilber will put that together. >>> first, juju with the morning's news. >> so much to get to. we want to get to the headlines first. a radical islamic cleric may issue a new video. it's triggering concerns about a terror attack in europe and in the u.s. anwar al awlaki, is feared to be the biggest threat to u.s. cities. a hunt is here and in europe, far team of commandos planning attacks in britain, france and germany. officials say the threat is credible, though not specific. >>> and a new poll shows the tea party gaining strength in the leadup to november's elections. tea party supporters now make up more than one-third of the
,000 in damage. no word on the condition of the driver. ohio. 9-year-old richie brag was playing in his yard when bees began to swarm around him. it was his dog pinky that came to the rescue. >> a whole bunch of bees followed her [inaudible] >> bees stung richie several times but pinky's quick action potentially saved his life. >> i had an allergic reaction. i didn't know i was allergic to bees. >> shepard: pinky suffered 40 stings. the family rushed the dog to an animal hospital. doctors say they feared the little thing wouldn't make it but together they both survived. >> pinky really saved my life. >> and today they are doing just fine and they are part of a fox watch across america. i'm shepard smith. this is "the fox report." it's the bottom of the hour, time for the top of the news. hurricane earl has made a turn that will keep it from slamming full force in a north carolina's fragile barrier islands. couple that with the fact that the storm has lost some strength. some positive news. but the east coast is by no means clear of trouble. hurricane earl is still a very powerful category 3 storm
-trailer and fuel spill. police are forcing traffic to detour on route 222. this is 895 at the richie spur. traffic is moving very well in both directions. no issues approaching either tunnel. >>> 6:01. still nothing. on saturday at 7:00 a motorcyclist was hit by a car and died of his injuries. the car took off. this happened on erdman avenue. sherrie johnson with what police are looking for this morning. >> reporter: good morning. witnesses saw the body flip several times before hitting the ground. the victim, 25-year-old gerard grant leaves behind two young daughters. friends and family stopped by the scene of the hit-and-run yesterday. police say there is significant damage to the driver's side of the black mercedes. officers say it was not road rage. neighbors say they tried to perform cpr but grant later died at the hospital. >> i just want to say to whomever the person is that did this i need to you come forward. there's a dad that is gone, a close friend of mine that is gone. and he will be missed dearly. >> reporter: police say the black mercedes has significant damage on the driver's side.
. northbound 95, a disabled tractor-trailer to watch for. richie avenue and ninth avenue, an accident in brooklyn. be careful as police response to that. 53 miiles per hour on southbound 95. 56 on the north side. 50 on the west side. this is the accident scene on the inner loop of the key bridge. it is completely jammed approaching that scene. state to the left but watch those delays. you might want to consider the harbor tunnel or fort mchenry as an alternate. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> our big story, it was expected to be one of the fiercest battles of the election season. >> the votes were counted late into the night. with 100% of the vote in, it appears patricia jessamy will lose. jennifer franciotti is live at mitchell courthouse with more on the story. >> those votes were counted well into the night and into the early morning hours. unofficially the votes came in votes1:45 am. it looks like with all precincts reporting, greg bernstein has 49% of the vote. gregg bernstein leads by 1421 votes. early on, patricia jessamy supporters tuesday evening were keeping a pos
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a small branch, willing itself to survive. richie has been nursing the tree back to health from the beginning. >> when we saw the tree come up, it looked like a wounded soldier. >> reporter: it became known as the survivor tree. serving as an inspiration for those who escaped ground zero. >> people want to be part of it. they want to hug this tree, because they're survivors. >> reporter: soon, it will return home when it is replanted this november at what will be the national september 11th memorial and me suuseum. the first trees were planted here two weeks ago. in the end, 416 in all. all of them, white oaks like these right here, except for one. the survivor tree. >> be able to tell time. oh, yeah, that's, that burned bark, that's from 9/11. and everything else is a rebirth and regrowth. >> reporter: the tree stands 35 feet high and is thriving, having made it through new york's, and america's, darkest day. t.j. winnick, abc news, new york. >> great story. >>> and coming up, is it still a genuine rock and roll experience when you can get a foot massage? nothing beats prevacid
tyler moore" show. but i bet you didn't know he played richie cunningham's father in the pilot for "happy days." harold gould was 86. and actor kevin mccarthy died over the weekend. he's best remembered for a 1956 film that kept a lot of kids from sleeping at night "invasion of the body snatchers." >> can't you see everyone? they're here already! you're next! >> couric: "body snatchers" bombed at the box office but became a cult classic and ranked number nine on the american film institute's list of the top sci-fi movies of all time. kevin mccarthy was 96. and coming up next, the teacher whose legacy lives on long after his last lecture. and how people reacted to it. next why some police officers are... for... legalizing pot. at 6 >> couric: we end tonight with a follow-up to a story we first brought you three years ago about a college professor whose most enduring lesson was how to live and how to die. now as mark strassmann reports, the professor has inspired his widow to take up a cause of her own. >> it's wonderful to be here. >> reporter: randy pausch's "last lecture" was
-old richie cam putted was found in a blood smudged car. the apparent murder weapon was also inside the car. >> it appears to have been a blunt instrument in the vehicle, in american canyon, we did find a metal bat like a baseball bat inside the vehicle where she was found with blood on it. >> reporter: it marked the end of a bloody trail that started earlier in the day in vallejo. vallejo police found the victim's car at the parking lot of the tennis courts at glencoe, her car was covered in blood but nobody was inside. then several hours later 11 miles away in american canyon the suspect showed up at a coworker's apartment. that could worker immediately called 911. ivan do and his dead girlfriend were in a difficult car. ivan do quickly surrendered and called. he called people as he was driving around with her in his front seat. he then called his estranged wife who then called 911. they claim an emergency operator rejected her call for immediate help. >> they told her that there is no police available but they still heard the wife told her that he's still, the girl is screaming, so she i
complex in american canyon. police arrested 33-year-old richie kapute of vallejo. they were tipped to the crime business the suspect's ex-wife. he called her to brag about the killing. >> pg&e has given into pressure and released a list of its riskiest pipelines but does not include the pipeline that exploded in san bruno. more than two dozen of the top 100 are in the bay area. topping that list is a pipeline that runs through cordelia. abc 7's laura anthony spoke to people living near some of the riskiest sites. >> pipeline 210-a may be number one on the high-risk list but the fire chief isn't quite sure where it runs. like so many fire and city officials, he found deciphering pg&e's list and its limited information a challenge. >> maybe they can tell us what that list means. >> in cordelia work to upgrade the troubled line is already underway. but in other bay area cities where it's four years away. one line runs near a popular shopping center on the border and milpitas. one feet from a town home. and an insurance company with 1,000 employees. company officials contacted pg&e. >>
police. they say the woman was killed by her boyfriend. investigators say richie campoo was beaten to death. her boyfriend williams ubando39 is now in jail. they say ubando flew into a range when campued tried to break up with him. he then drove around with her body. >>> developing news from richmond where a suspected chase of a stolen car ended with a cash and fire. the chase came to an end when the car crashed at about 8:30 this evening. the truck caught fire and the flames then spread to a near by building. police say there were two people in the car, one was taken to the hospital with major injuries the other was taken into custody. damage to a mini mart was described as moderate. >>> 75-year-old joan rosenthal was found shot to death just outside the door of her home. police have spent 4,000 hours investigating but have found no suspect. anyone with information about the killing is asked to call tibur, if, o tv. >>> the federal reserve took no action today leaving rock bottom interest rating unchanged. and in a challenge, the government suggested it's more worried about the pr
. investigators say richie campoo was beaten to death. her boyfriend williams ubando39 is now in jail. they say ubando flew into a range when campued tried to break up with him. he then drove around with her body. >>> developing news from richmond where a suspected chase of a stolen car ended with a cash and fire. the chase came to an end when the car crashed at about 8:30 this evening. the truck caught fire and the flames then spread to a near by building. police say there were two people in the car, one was taken to the hospital with major injuries the other was taken into custody. damage to a mini mart was described as moderate. >>> 75-year-old joan rosenthal was found shot to death just outside the door of her home. police have spent 4,000 hours investigating but have found no suspect. anyone with information about the killing is asked to call tibur, if, o tv. >>> the federal reserve took no action today leaving rock bottom interest rating unchanged. and in a challenge, the government suggested it's more worried about the prices dropping than rise -l. >>> one of the president obama's top ec
're going to go aloft and take you to an accident at richie marl borrow road. getting by on the shoulder. now we go to gaithersburg, maryland next with an accident on montgomery village avenue at rockville. ok, apparently that camera is not working. why is that? there we go. how about this. gaithersburg, maryland. there we go. montgomery, all traffic coming south. on rockville pike. back to the news desk. >> that is getting really messy there. lisa, thank you very much. 6:21 the time outside. >> next, the first lady plays a little football. we'll tell you about michelle o bam i've's latest efforts -- obama's latest efforts to keep things fit. >> and naomi campbell will be on "oprah" today. this kenmore elite multi-motion washer... how does that work? hit it! see, other machines only go in circles. this kenmore elite has multi-motions for a custom clean. it scrubs to help lift stains, rolls to wash gently, swings, steps, and tumbles. better than just circles, what! sorry. get 15% off all kenmore appliances and an extra 5% with your sears card. plus save up to an additional $250 instantly
htorian, don richy. he had to remind me of something important, which is that in the '60s and '70s, the two parties were split internally. republicans had a liberal wing and democrats had a siificant conservative wing, but the voters, over time, changed that. >> so, it actually brings upp this point, the idea that in the good old days, there was coromise. that's just simply because the voters hadn't caught up with the national identities of both parties and so now, the reason you don't have this is because conservative democrats came from the southern states and the liberal republicans come from states, blue states in the northeast, which now all elect mostly democrats. >> another idea chris dodd mentioned, he said partisan politics is what made the place. he said at we need is more comity. not to be confused with comedy. just more cooperation between the two parties. he said you go back to 1776, when they formed this country, they were at each other's throats. >> and this other thing people say a lot is that a jet travel, which is really minimized the civility of the chamber becau
devices. let's listen to montgomery county fire chief richie bowers to hear what they found. >> four additional devices of which we can tie the individual to right now were obtained from the residence and subsequently successfully detonated remotely from the residence and from any other areas of any life-safety issues here in the county. >> reporter: montgomery county police chief tom manger also said there were indications that this suspect planned to stay a while. not only did they find the two weapons, they found two black ski masks, bullets as well as batteries. a very interesting foot note to this, the bomb squad and this collaborate unit of police, fire and ems had trained for an incident just like this within the last 60 days. reporting live from silver spring, andrea mccarran, 9 news now. >> andrea, thank you. >>> james lee's body was removed this morning and police detonated four more devices at a wheaton house where the gunman apparently lived. lindsey mastis joins us live from the information center with more on this man's past criminal record. lindsey, what have you found
for michael. the show was packed with lionel richie, the goo goo dolls and jewel. performers from the crque de soleil show mesmerized the audience. the first to be dismissed from the final four, singer prince poppy congress. >> you are a star. a grand night earning a spot before america in the finals. nbc news. >>> you know we'll be hearing a lot more from her. we have to remember she was second place, too. >> she continue to produce. >>> sometimes people feel left out, even rejected when their close friends fall in love. it seem they're right. >> a new british study has found that people who begin new romantic relationships also lose friends in the process. researchers suspect that's because people tend toocus on their new love so there is a little time for anything or anyone else. friends and even family member are often pushed aside. >> love appears to still be in the air for reality tv couple heidi montag and spencer pratt. will there was a picture ofhe two kissing on her 24th birthday in santa barbara yesterday. and montag proudly displayed her wedding ring while giving a toast. >>> esqui
exit such as landover road. >> there's exit 13, richie marlboro road, and exit 15, central avenue. and take those roads over and use that as an access into the stadium. it will probably make the commute a lot easier. >>> some fans plan to avoid the traffic altogether. >> i'm not going to get stuck in traffic. i'm going to be home relaxing, watching the game, enjoying it and watching us win. >> kick dallas' butt. >> reporter: this year fans will notice some additions. new 100-foot long hd video boards will make it easier to keep one the action on the field. all monitored in a new state-of-the-art control room. >> they're very nice. i'm glad mr. snyder made those upgrades. one thing about it, he is always seen trying to make the fan experience greater. >> reporter: the fans will get a chance to see the lock he of shawn taylor, the redskins safety who was murdered. >> the parking lot will also open for redskins fast. it will cost you $40 per vehicle to park in that lot. metro will stay open late on sunday to get redskins fans home. darcy spencer, news4. >> if you don't get to the gam
richie burrell road. family members said they stormed into the home of his ex-girlfriend. they say at one point eight were being held hostage. police surrounded the house. the ordeal eded when the suspect shot himself. autrities say he was taken to the hospital in critical condition. >>> a d.c. fire truck collided into a metro b in northwest d.c. this morning. the accident happene here at 14th and madison near rock creek park at about 10:15. the fire truck was responding to pedestrian accident on 13th and madison when it collided into the metro bus. all 18 people aboard the bus including the driver and four firefighters from the truck were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. the fire department tell us, the fire truck's lights and sirens weron but a resident from 14th street says he heard the fire truck sirens only seconds before the crash. >> usually i can hear from 16th street coming dn. i saw the bus moving. i saw the bus right away. and i heard -- like in 15 seconds of smash. >> the fire department is investigating the crash. the pedestrian the truck was @ responding to was tak
few kind words you can now all go to hell. carol." and this was written to richie gladstein, who was part of my jewish defense team. you should have seen letters she wrote to the other side. anyway, same case, same witnesses, this time: guilty. well, the board of immigration appeals overturned the verdict. then the attorney general overturned his own board. then the supreme court overturned him. oh, and by the way, there was a war going on, and we wanted to make it very clear whose side we were on. [sprightly music] >> keep it moving. ♪ keep it moving. yes, this is the win the war aim of the international longshoremen's and warehousemen's union, the cio organization of men and women who distribute and deliver, who load and unload on trucks, on trains, and on ships, all the vital materials of war. >> damn right. but, you know, aer the war, we lost a lot of jobs on the waterfront, and some of the old-time white longshoremen said the black workers should be the first to go. i said then that if all the jobs on the dock were to disappear, if they were to dwindle away and all that wa
night heading into the autumn season. richie highway and many spots on the beltway, visibility was cut down to quarter mile. improvement. there is clouds and haze that will improve over the next hour. 75 now. it will be really sticky this afternoon as we pump in more heat ahead of that storm system. the line of showers and storms will lose some of its punch by the time it reaches us. it will be a warm day here. getting us to 93. within reach of the record which is 95 set back in 1970. besides that we shift the winds, cool down tonight into the 60s and the weekend we start off with 84 degrees on saturday, cooler day with more clouds coming in on sunday. get the check on traffic right now. >>> thanks, justin. warnings still in place at the bridge and tidings bridge. keep in mind fog is not completed lifted. if you look at the beltway, a slow ride on the outer loop at liberty road, it is slow from 795. the delays clear ut when you make it to wilkins. we have a couple of incidents that we are working around the area. ann err run del highway, richie highway, blocks the right lane. richie hi
. richie cabo has been nursing the tree back to health from the beginning. >> we saw the tree come up, looked like a wounded soldier. it had ashes on the top part of the crown. >> reporter: it became nope as the survivor tree. serving as inspiration to all those who escaped ground zero. >> people want to look at it and be part of it. people want to hug this tree because they are survivors. >> reporter: soon it will return home. when it's replanted this november at what will be the national september 11th meryl and museum. the first trees were planted on the memorial site two weeks ago. in the end there will be 416 in all, all of them white oaks like these here except for one, the survivor tree. >> you can look at this tree and tell time. that burned bark. that is from 9/11. everything else is rebirth and regrowth. >> reporter: it now stands 35 feet high and is thriving. having made it through new york's and america's darkest day. t.j. winick, abc news, new york. >>> they are raising money for pet shelters around our area. coming up, how you can help paws for a cause while enjoying a
, nicole richie and lindsay lohan who has been here twice before. the longest for 14 days early summer. released both times because of jail overcrowding. that's not likely to be held this time because she something held until her probation hearing next month. because she has been here before, she came here knowing the drill which includes being put in a private cell away from the general population, as not to disrupt what's going on in the jail facility. in linwood, california, i'm hal eyesner back to you. >> i'm jon scott in for shepard smith. this is the fox report. it's the bottom of the hour, time for the top of the news. congress will extend the bush tax cuts for the middle class that's the promise today from house speaker nancy pelosi. she should the vote could happen before lawmakers head home to campaign. >> there isn't a person in our caucus that isn't for tax cuts for the middle class. it's not about the elections. it's about the policy and we're all very strong on that and members with a vote or without a vote can go home and talk about their commitment to that. >> jon: the
mozzarella's your hard cheese like richie normal and parmesan all and your point not every wine goes with it every cheap. >> sometimes they both go and it's a nightmare. >> will avoid one of those but there are certain cases where one of the great urban mess is the big ones to go with them. those are literally in the mouth train wrecks that will take a long time to get over. you could beat him to hit a clorox bottle. the city in moderation. >> orthodonture up radar with those absolutely. in honor of california one month we also have called for so i brought three different wines with three different things but they're not the usual suspects in the type of debate in preparing so we first one we have here is a dry leaf ringgit so it is dry leaf and it is what we would call but most will would you when you have the bags each user of 61 to go with that this is the case that's they have a very bright to amend that cuts through all of the pungency of the cheese and leaves your mouth clearly refreshed any of the chaos that we talked to earlier. >> date back about stinky cheese? >> striate ac
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